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2019-12-20 04:37:13 -0600 commented answer Nova services listing in stein

Talking about placement, it happened that at verifying stage I saw some things, first, when I run "placement-status upgrade check" I must do it as root to get correct output (all other verifications are done with a sudo user) and placement-status upgrade check says that it is not a openstack command

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2019-12-19 13:42:46 -0600 answered a question Nova services listing in stein

The issue was detected and solved, in the playbooks there were copied/pasted by mistake the urls for endpoints with wrong ports (all happened to had placement port).

Correcting ports and verifying with openstack endpoint list solved the issue

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2019-12-17 12:55:16 -0600 commented answer Nova services listing in stein

[None] Failed to retrieve resource provider tree from placement API for UUID blablabla ERROR nova.compute.manager KeyError: 'allocations' This is what I found mostly useful on compute node logs

2019-12-17 12:29:59 -0600 answered a question Nova services listing in stein

I am just at nova installation according to documentation, which is supposed to give me the output like the one shown in https://docs.openstack.org/nova/stein/install/compute-install-ubuntu.html (https://docs.openstack.org/nova/stein...) (link)

I do not have openstack-status command, I suppose you mean "openstack compute service list", the output is the same, just a line saying 'services' and nothing else

This is the output of noca host-list: nova host-list ERROR (KeyError): 'version'

2019-12-17 12:28:35 -0600 answered a question Nova services listing in stein

I am just at nova installation according to documentation, which is supposed to give me the output like the one shown in https://docs.openstack.org/nova/stein/install/compute-install-ubuntu.html (link)

I do not have openstack-status command, I suppose you mean "openstack compute service list", the output is the same, just a line saying 'services' and nothing else

This is the output of noca host-list: nova host-list ERROR (KeyError): 'version'

2019-12-17 08:51:35 -0600 asked a question Nova services listing in stein

Hi there! I am actually installing OpenStack Stein over Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS with ansible playbooks made by my own, actually I am with issues at the moment of verifying nova services as described here: https://docs.openstack.org/nova/stein/install/compute-install-ubuntu.html (https://docs.openstack.org/nova/stein...)

Controller and compute installations/configurations are done without issues, but when I submit "openstack compute service list --service nova-compute" to see compute hosts on controller database I see this:

openstack compute service list --service nova-compute

'services'

Any ideas of what could be the issue?

Thanks in adv!

2017-11-22 18:27:56 -0600 answered a question Error when creating network

Solved! Issue was that VLANs were not defined in /etc/neutron/plugins/ml2/ml2_conf.ini in line "network_vlan_ranges" after setting that and restarting neutron/openvirtualswitch services it worked great!

2017-11-21 15:41:48 -0600 commented question Error when creating network

If I submit: neutron --debug net-create --provider:physical_network=physnet1 --provider:network_type=vlan --provider:segmentation_id=1956 --shared --router:external testVLAN

Output: BadRequest: Invalid input for operation: physical_network 'physnet1' unknown for VLAN provider network.

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2017-11-13 14:50:06 -0600 asked a question Error when creating network

Hi there! I have a fresh install of Mitaka on Ubuntu 14.04 using mirantis fuel 9.2, in my setup I have the following topology:

3 controller nodes

1 cinder node

1 compute node

all of them installed over IBM x240 server nodes

For networking I deployed Neutron with tunneling segmentation, and my issue is that I need to add some external networks to my environment (with VLAN as provider network type), and when I create it in horizon I get the message "Error: Failed to create network test"

I turned debug on for neutron in one controller node but I cannot find any message at fuel logs, any ideas what could be wrong? I know that it is possible to create it by command line, but it would be great to find the reason of horizon failure and be able to create external networks with it

thanks in adv!